Given the heterogeneous nature of ADHD, research on the differential risk factors and nosology
of ADHD subtypes and comorbid conditions is very important.
Fourth, two related, common, and recurring themes in the history of psychiatric nosology
arise directly from its ineluctable subjectivity: lumping versus splitting and the categorical/hierarchical versus dimensional (or, in library and information science terms, faceted) approach to classification construction (Mack, Forman, Brown, & Frances, 1994).
Rethinking received views on the history of psychiatric nosology
: Minor shifts, major continuities.
: infarction hematoma, a placental infarction encasing a hematoma.
African-centered theses on mental health and a nosology
of Black/African personality disorder.
After chapters on normal fetal skeletal growth and development and diagnosis of fetal skeletal dysplasias, they detail 132 conditions (based on the 2010 international nosology
and classification of genetic skeletal disorders) and their synonyms, incidence, genetics, age at presentation, clinical features, prenatal ultrasound and postnatal radiological features, bone histology, prognosis, and differential diagnosis, with images showing different modalities and gross and histopathology findings when available.
Follow-up findings demonstrated absence of normalization in serum S100 protein concentrations in patients with psychomotor retardation and paroxysmal syndrome and in MDA levels in patients with EBD and psychomotor retardation to constitute the basis for development of appropriate pathogenetic therapy for patients with the nosology
This article reviews the current diagnostic nosology
for HAND and the neuropsychological domains typically affected by the HIV disease.
Although Kraepelin's fundamental dichotomy has persisted for many years, vigorous debates about nosology
have often occurred (4).
Au-tosomal recessive and X-linked recessive varieties are also known.5 In 1988 an international nosology
of connective tissue that defined nine subcategories of EDS was proposed.
As its title suggests, his Nosology
, or a Systematic Arrangement of Diseases, By Classes', Orders, Genera, a,d Species, with the Distinguishing Characters of Each, and the Outlines of the Systems of Sauvages, Linnaeus, Vogel, Sagar, and Macbride aspired to be the key to all nosologies (classifications of" human illness according to a Linnaean botanical model), for it provided synopses of all the major existing schemes.
Psychotic states arising in late life (late paraphrenia) psychopathology and nosology
. Br J Psychiatry.